Mariners vs Victory Predicted Line-Ups, Injuries & Tips

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Mariners vs Victory

The Central Coast Mariners will look to make it back-to-back league wins when they clash against Melbourne Victory at Central Coast Stadium on Wednesday.

Check out all the updated team information and predicted line-ups for Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne Victory below.

Central Coast Mariners vs Melbourne Victory: When and Where?


🇦🇺 Competition: A-League
🗓 Date: Wednesday March 9
⏰ Time: 5:05pm (AEST)
🏟 Stadium: Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Mariners Predicted Team Line-Up


1. Mark Birighitti

2. Jacob Farrell

3. Kye Rowles

4. Dan Hall

5. Storm Roux

6. Oliver Bozanic

7. Josh Nisbet

8. Cy Goddard

9. Nicolai Muller

10. Marco Urena

11. Jason Cummings

Central Coast Mariners Injuries & News


The Central Coast Mariners put out a similar starting eleven in their previous two matches, and considering they play three games in a span of a week there could be some rotation. However, they would fancy their chances at home rather than on the road, so I don’t expect too much to change. So, therefor, you can expect one or two changes at most in what’s a busy upcoming schedule.

Lewis Miller is on the recovery from an illness after missing the last game against the Brisbane Roar, so he might not feature in the starting line-up.

Melbourne Victory Predicted Team Line-Up


1. Ivan Kelava

2. Jason Davidson

3. Roderick

4. Brendan Hamill

5. Jason Geria

6. Leigh Broxham

7. Josh Brillante

8. Chris Oikonomidis

9. Marco Rojas

10. Jake Brimmer

11. Nick D’Agostino

Melbourne Victory Injuries & News


Melbourne Victory have seemed to return to early season form, winning back-to-back league matches for the first time this season since the opening matches. So, you can expect minimal to no changes to be made to the starting line-up from their 3-1 triumph over Macarhur.

Midfielder, Rai Marchan is still recovering from his facial surgery at the end of January. Whilst Robbie Kruse and international Francesco Margiotta have found themselves pushed out of the starting line-up, and I don’t see them returning with the form of Marco Rojas and Nick D’Agostino.

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